Factory For Light plastic bumper strip Wholesale to Detroit

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Feature   1. Mold production, within-house tooling, reduced the developing cost.    Mold charge can be return when comes to a certain quantity. 2. Accept your required quantity at initial development. 3. High technology in plastic extrusion . 4. Good service from beginning to ending and after-sales. Treat customer as friend. 5. Good quality by virgin material and strict quality control. 6. Fast & cheap delivery by getting big discount from long cooperation forwarder. 7. Smooth,flat surfac...


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Our company since its inception, always regards product quality as enterprise life, continuously improve production technology, improve product quality and continuously strengthen enterprise total quality management, in strict accordance with the national standard ISO 9001:2000 for Wholesale Data Strip For Shelf Channel Factories , Decorative Wall Plastic Molding Profile China Factories , Wholesale Slot Wall Panel Board , To provide customers with excellent equipment and services, and constantly develop new machine is our company's business objectives. We look forward to your cooperation.
Factory For Light plastic bumper strip Wholesale to Detroit Detail:

Feature

 

1. Mold production, within-house tooling, reduced the developing cost.
   Mold charge can be return when comes to a certain quantity.
2. Accept your required quantity at initial development.
3. High technology in plastic extrusion .
4. Good service from beginning to ending and after-sales. Treat customer as friend.
5. Good quality by virgin material and strict quality control.
6. Fast & cheap delivery by getting big discount from long cooperation forwarder.

7. Smooth,flat surface. Low shrinkage rate. Good heat and weather resistance.

 

Product Specification:

 

Product Name

Light Plastic Bumper Strip

Material

PVC/customized to your requirements

Color

Various, customized

Size

Various

Usage

Used in furniture protection

Feature

Eco-friendly, Protective

Customization

According to your request ( drawing ,sample or idea)

Packing

According to customer’s requirements

Sample Delivery Time

7 Days

Delivery Time

About 15 days after received your order or negotiation

Our Service

1 Making molds depending on customer’s samples .

2 All specifications according to customers’ request.

3 We can customize any products according to the drawing.

4 More details, welcome to consulting


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We offer great strength in quality and development,merchandising,sales and marketing and operation for Factory For Light plastic bumper strip Wholesale to Detroit, The product will supply to all over the world, such as: Zurich , Bogota , Kuwait , Insisting on the high quality generation line management and customers expert assistance, we now have designed our resolution to offer our buyers using the to start with amount getting and just after services practical experience. Maintaining the prevailing friendly relations with our buyers, we however innovate our solution lists all of the time to satisfy the brand new demands and adhere to the most up-to-date development of the market in Malta. We are ready to face the worries and make the improve to understand all the possibilities in international trade.



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